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... Sunday brunch at The Robert overlooking Central Park. We had all been there before when Mum and Dad were out over Easter and enjoyed it so much that we wanted to pay it one last visit. Again, we had a great window table and Thomas particularly enjoyed his Eggs Benedict.
After brunch we went for a final walk around Central Park. Mum insisted we enter the park by walking over the Columbus Circle roundabout which ...
... building in New York. I will have a great view of the city and all the Christmas lights in the evening. I am also going to see the Lion King at the theatre. I will have to tell you all about that when I get back to England!
They also have lots of ice-skating rinks, but I have decided I will wait until I am back in Cambridge to do that. On Wednesday, which is my ...
The end of HARLEM WEEK CELEBRATION
was celebrated at the renown Russian Tea Room
The Iconic New York restaurant
For more than eighty years, New York's defining cultural moments have taken place
at The Russian Tea Room.
Since being founded by members of the Russian Imperial Ballet in 1927, The Russian
Tea Room has been a second home for ...
... dinner right next door at The Perfect Pint, an Irish Pub, which was fun.
Then, we headed for Rockefeller Center and The Top of the Rock. We arrived just at Sunset and it was beautiful. This attraction has, in the past few years, become at least as popular as the Empire State Building. We had a great time again taking pictures from above and enjoying the beauty and the grandeur of New York City.
... started on their coastal 'Newport Mansions' walk, but got so hot that we couldn't finish it (it was a 3.5 mile one-way walk so you have to walk back again). The sea looked so inviting, with the broad sandy beach only sparsely populated with sunbathers. If it had been Britain there wouldn't have been room to swing a battered cod. We set ourselves down on the beach and made the best of the afternoon sun. Peter blinded many of the locals when he took off his top to go in the sea, ...